Francisco Guzman

Contributing Writer

Francisco Guzman is a freelance journalist from Atlanta, Georgia. He holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Georgia with a minor in Political Science. He has words published in CNN and news outlets around the nation.

Recent Contributions

Vampire bats do it and so should we: socially distance when ill, that is. That's what a new study found.

By Francisco Guzman

Yes, this terrifying worm was named after the infamous Bobbitt case. And with good reason.

By Francisco Guzman

If you buy anything via a loan, like a house or car, the bank puts a lien on that property until it is paid off. But liens can also be placed on your property by other folks and without your consent, depending on circumstances.

By Francisco Guzman

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Humans aren't the only animals that can count, use logic, make tools or form lasting bonds with others. Meet 10 of the smartest creatures in the animal kingdom.

By Francisco Guzman

Posting an ad on Craigslist can help you sell a car or place your house on the market. Learn about how to post an ad on Craigslist in this article.

By Francisco Guzman

Chinese New Year is made up of a rich fabric of symbols, traditions and superstitions designed to influence the future. With a cultural heritage that spans more than 5,000 years, it's a 15-day celebration filled food that may shape your future.

By Sara Elliott & Francisco Guzman

Would Norma Jeane Mortensen have been as popular as Marilyn Monroe was? Or Robyn Fenty as Rihanna? It's impossible to know, but these 50 celebs found fame under assumed names.

By Francisco Guzman